Hayes Carll & The Gulf Coast Orchestra
May 24, 2009
Hayes Carll Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Scott Davis Electric Guitar, Banjo, Lap Steel, Background Vocals
Ricky Ray Jackson Pedal Steel, Electric Guitar, Vocals
John Michael Schoepf Bass
Kenny Smith Drums
Notes: Sideshow Tramps join for Maggie's Farm
Source: (2) AT2021's Mixer: Presonus Firebox
Lineage: Mac Book Pro->Garageband->AIF->Adobe Audition->WAV->FLAC
Recorded & Transferred By Aaron Wevodau (email@example.com)
Disc 1 (43:57.39)
01 Stomp And Holler
02 Hey Baby Where You Been
03 Wild As A Turkey
04 I Got A Gig
05 Faulkner Street
07 Heaven Above
09 Drunken Poet's Dream
10 It's A Shame
11 Band Intros
12 Morrissey Falls In Love At First Sight (Bill Morrissey)
Disc 2 (51:41.42)
13 Arkansas Blues
14 I Don't Wanna Grow Up (Tom Waits)
15 Naked Checkers
16 Highway 87
17 Little Rock
18 Good Friends
19 Bad Liver And A Broken Heart (Scott Nolan)
20 Wish I Hadn't Stayed So Long
21 Down The Road Tonight
22 Maggie's Farm (Bob Dylan)
Buy his records.
Go to his shows.
LineageLineage: Mac Book Pro->Garageband->AIF->Adobe Audition->WAV->FLAC
December 11, 2009 Subject:
Hayes does Waits? Fuckin' Aye
If only more people would cover Tom Waits. His music lends itself to any genre. But Waits cover aside, Hayes was at the peak of his game again. Great show.
And for those of you so inclined; you can get free Hayes music and tickets by joining his label's (Lost Highway Records) street team. It's pretty easy, you just watch a 2-minute video and then you do various little tasks like posting stuff online or hanging posters or updating your facebook page. In any case, here's the link: http://losthighwayrecords.fancorps.com/signup/ref/louisthekingsnake
Be sure to look me up on the site if you sign up.
June 4, 2009 Subject:
solid aud and show...
great sounding aud...thanks for taping and upping the show!
solid show as usual for Hayes...really digging the new arrangements of Heaven Above, Chickens and Highway 87.
Down the Road Tonight, rages as usual to close the show and Maggies Farm encore was a nice treat